The time honored neighborhood tradition featured carnival rides, game stations, music, delicious food and raffle prizes
St. Theresa’s Church Hosts 22nd Annual St. Theresa Feast
(l-r) Friends Delilah, Anthony and James made some wonderful sand art.
The 22nd annual St. Theresa Feast offered Bronxites five fun-filled days of local entertainment from Wednesday, June 20 to Sunday, June 24 in Pelham Bay. The time honored neighborhood tradition featured carnival rides, game stations, music, delicious food and raffle prizes. Its final day featured the procession through the streets with the statue of St. Theresa, the feast’s namesake, while a traditional Italian Procession Band performed.
Mason Hernandez was happy to have a colorful ice cream cone.
Valentina Errichiello (l) and Antonia Eaturzo served up some tasty zeppoles.
Christian (r) took a swing at the hammer strength carnival game.
(l-r) Police officers Merrick, Viruet and Melo; volunteers MaryAnn Maiorana and Stephanie Turtle; Fr. Joseph Ligory; volunteer Frank Greco and police officer Fernandez, Lambros in front of St. Theresa Church.
Linda (l) and her daughter Laura were ready for the merry go round ride to begin.
Councilman Mark Gjonaj joined many residents in celebrating this year’s feast.
Posted 12:00 am, July 10, 2018